We have decided to continue our primarily remote operations to continue our efforts to prioritize health and safety of our community, and to give the community certainty on how the spring semester will look. This fall semester, we have witnessed situations where colleges across the country initially made plans for greater in-person activities and have been forced to revert back to online instruction due to an increase in cases. Our intention is to give our community the assurance that we can maintain the safest possible operations, and that we are able to maintain a consistent mode of operations that, for the most part, won’t be subject to changes should infection rates fluctuate.
If conditions significantly improve, we may reconsider these policies over the course of the spring semester. We will continue to adhere to state and local guidelines, and take additional health and safety measures that we deem necessary to meet the unique needs of our community.
Since our priority is to maintain a reduced on-campus population, we will continue to encourage faculty, staff, and students to hold all meetings and group gatherings virtually. While we understand that Zoom meetings are not the same as meeting in person, we believe that this is the best approach to prioritize the health and safety of our community. We acknowledge that it is possible to maintain a safe distance, but we are also conscious of the risks associated with traveling to and from campus, so it is the College's goal to discourage any activity that would require unnecessary risk of exposure. For more information on the College's policy for on campus work adjustments in response to COVID-19, please visit the Workforce Adjustments page.
Any student or non-essential employee who wishes to enter campus beginning in the spring semester will be required to submit a new COVID-19 test result in order to enter campus, even if you have been on campus regularly during the fall semester. The spring semester begins January 11th, 2021, which means anyone who is not an essential employee who plans to enter campus January 11th or any day following must receive a COVID-19 PCR (nasal swab) test within 14 days prior to the day they plan to come to campus, and submit the test result to TC beforehand. For instance, if you plan to enter campus on January 11th, 2021 and you are not an essential employee, you must receive a COVID-19 PCR test on or after December 28th, 2020 (14 days prior). Testing is not required for essential staff who have been consistently working on campus prior to August 1st.
AHA 4092, Ceramics I
AHA 5092, Ceramics II
A&HL 5199.001, Theories of Pragmatics
A&HL 5085.001, Advanced Syntax
CCP, Winter Roundtable
HBSK 5378, Academic Skills Assesment
ORLJ 6343, Practicum in change and consultation in organizations
HBSE 4071 , Language and Literacy for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
HUD TBD, Python
ITSF 4101, Quantitative Analysis in Comparative and International Education
ITSF 5016, Anthropology and Education
Your program director will have that information. Also, the course catalog lists instructional mode.
Please contact OISS.